The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1936 · Page 26
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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TWENTY-SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, M A R C H - 1 9 1936 OPPOSE CAPPER LIVESTOCK BILL to .Widespread Opposition Congressional Measure Becoming Evident. DES MOINES--Recent action of agricultural organizations reveals widespread opposition to the Capper livestock marketing bill, S. 1424, now in the congressional hopper. Western cattlemen and sheepmen have been especially vociferous in their objections to the bill, a score of national and state associations having passed resolutions directed against the proposed measure and all similar legislation. Several general farm organizations and a group of livestock co-operatives are also on record against the bill. Would Raise Cost. Objection of livestock producers to the Capper bill is based on the conviction that it will increase the cost of marketing livestock by inflicting unnecessary expense and restrictions upon country markets and railroad loading yards. They object further to the bill on the grounds that it will curtail the market for feeder stock. In many consignments of livestock to packing houses there are a few head not fit for slaughter but more valuable when for resale as feeders. The Capper biil would prevent packers from purchasing any livestock in western states by lifting all packer buyers bodily out of the feeder market. Many packers, they explain, "buy large numbers of feeder stock, particularly lambs, and parcel them out to farmers near their plants. Among the producer organizations that have passed resolutions opposing the Capper bill are 17 state cattlemen's associations affiliated with the American National Livestock association; the National Wool Growers association representing associations in 11 states, and others, including hog producers, and the members of a State Grange. Chamber of Commerce and Farm Bureau federation. BARGAINS STARTS TOMORROW! Two Physicians Sign Affidavits Preventing Ejection of Tenants ALGONA--Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer. M. G. McCullough, Deputy Loss. H. A. Van Alstyne and John Foth went to I Armstrong Tuesday for the purpose of removing Ralph Carroll and family from the farm which they occupy, belonging to Mrs. Jennie Carroll. Dr. Cretzmeyer stated it would mean death to move Mr. Carroll the way the roads are. Dr. Knipe of Armstrong was summoned and voiced the same opinion. Upon receipt of a signed affidavit by the two doctors to the effect that j removing him. from the place would cause death, the sheriff was forced to let the family remain on the place until the road conditions became better. The Carroll family has no other place to move and the mother of Carroll is- ejecting him from the-place. As soon as he is able to be moved he will be brought to the Kossuth hospital until another place is found. Carroll, who has an incurable hernia, has been bedfast the past four years. The lawsuit brought against the sheriff and his bonding company ny Mrs. Jennie Carroll is still pending action.. All State Plan Will " Aid Iowa High School Students in Forensics IOWA CITY--All-state high school groups in forensics and dramatics will receive special training at the University of Iowa during the 1936 summer session. Successful in recent years, the groups again will be composed of outstanding high school pupils. The project will be under the supervision of Prof. Harry G. Barnes, assisted by Prof. H. C. Harshbarger and Dr. D. R. Evans, visiting staff members of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, high school. One long play and seve/al one- act productions will be given by the students. They also will do intensive work in debating-, public speaking and interpretive reading. Industry Mobilization Bill Urged m France PARIS, (.P)--The .army commission of the chamber of deputies urged the government Thursday to push through a bill providing for organization of civil and industrial France in time of war. Passage of the bill before the chamber of deputies adjourns March 20 for the spring elections was recommended. County I. 0. 0. F. Meeting Is Planned at Hampton HAMPTON--The county council of the I. O, O. F. and Rebekah lodges will be held Thursday evening at the I. O. 0. F. hall. The evening will be spent socially with a program and dancing followed with refreshments. Mrs. J. J. Sharpe and Mrs. Clarence Williams are in charge of program arrangements. Mrs. Jane Loomis Rites Are Conducted at Geneva GENEVA--Funeral services for Mrs. Jane Loomis were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church in charge of the Rev. F. V. Getty. Miss Gyneth Finn and Mrs. I B. D. Hunt sang. Pallbearers were i B. F. Hicks, F. B. Davenport. P.. A. ! 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